Bernard Spitzer

Businessman and Philanthropist
Born 1924

Bernard Spitzer is an American real estate developer and philanthropist in New York City who built several landmark buildings around the city including The Corinthian which was the largest individual apartment building in New York City when it was built. Spitzer is father of former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. In 2008 he has an estimated net worth of $500 million.… Read More

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1924 Birth Born in 1924.


2006 82 Years Old Rent from the apartment buildings in the Spitzer empire provides most of the more than $1 million income that Spitzer had reported in 2006. … Read More
2007 83 Years Old In 2007 Governor Spitzer appointed Dale Hemmerdinger president of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Before being confirmed for that position, Hemmerdinger had to resign from the all-white, mostly Jewish Harmonie Club. It was then revealed that Bernard had been a member of the club for more than 30 years. Also in August 2007, Republican strategist Roger Stone was accused of leaving this message on Bernard's office answering machine during the "Troopergate" scandal in which Eliot was accused of using state troopers to spy on Joseph Bruno: … Read More
2008 84 Years Old …  In 2008 he has an estimated net worth of $500 million. … Read More
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